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Defining Integrated Reading-into-Writing Constructs

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Defining Integrated Reading-into-Writing Constructs

Defining Integrated Reading-into-Writing Constructs
Evidence at the B2–C1 Interface

Author

Sathena Chan

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In stock

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781108442411

Date Published

June 2018

CEF Level

B2 - C1

Product description

This book provides the theoretical bases and empirical evidence for establishing an integrated reading-into-writing construct for English Profile at upper levels of proficiency. The study investigates both the contextual features of a range of real life academic writing tasks and reading-into-writing test tasks, and the cognitive processes required to complete the integrated task type successfully. Since its publication, the CEFR has become influential in building a shared understanding of performance levels for foreign language learners but mainly for individual macro skills. A considerable gap remains in the understanding of the integrated reading-into-writing skills, which are so important to the kinds of academic and professional written language use involved at the higher levels of the CEFR.

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